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airlines and u.s. area ways. john has been following this story now for months. >> wheels off the new giant carrier, the merger of u.s. area ways and americans being allowed to take off after all. somewhere sighed to stop the merger, concerning the $11 billion deal would hurt consumer choice. they filed a lawsuit back in august, with the u.s. and a.m.r. corporation, the parent of bankrupt american airlines should be forced to scrap it on the ground that if it went ahead, more than 80% of all u.s. commercial aviation will be in the hands of just four companies. blue now the deal is back on, but there's a price to pay for the new megaairline. the landing slots and gates at several major airports including dozens outside washington and at new york's airport, must be given up to win antitrust approval by the department. competing low cost will also be given more under the terms of the deal. the agreement has the potential to shift the landscape of the aviation industry, according to the d objectionj, by guaranteeing a bigger foothold for locule carriers at key airports. the settlement insured w
>> in addition to announcing a review of u.s. ties, the pakistani government also summoned the u.s. ambassador to warn of a standoff and less drone attacks ceased. also financing the strike from the leading pakistani opposition leader imran kahn proposed a ban on nato supply trucks inside pakistan. ofn accused the u.s. sabotaging the peace talks. >> i feel sad that just as the dialogue was about to start take, those who are still part in the talks, were killed yesterday. >> the pakistani taliban has sayed asly picked kahn its new leader. the suspect in friday's armed attack at the los angeles international airport could face the death penalty for shooting dead a transportation security administration officer and wounding five other people. is charged with murdering a federal officer and committing violence at an international airport. the head of the police at lax described the attack. >> at 9:20 this morning, in individual came into terminal 3 of this airport, pulled an assault rifle out of a bag and began to open fire in the terminal. he proceeded up into the screening area wher
are expected to use the trial to undermine what they see as the legitimacy of the ousting outside for more seasonally for the trial unconstitutional. the trial is exposing a deepening schism in the jets' between more sees islam as it is on one hand and egypt's security establishment of the nation's mortar muslims secularists christians would in all the other. police in the israeli city of lights to match the question several associates of her ricky may allegations of so much in extremely close municipal election result one hundred votes separated incumbent every team and watch the apatow from second to challenge or any color and sixty more than eighteen thousand residents. he's already everest today people in the investigation into voting irregularities. often it would sound with two hundred sites like these election results and suspicions of flu have led to protests calling for new election in which image which is growing increasingly tense as ultra orthodox second date with its began to obama in recent years to rekindle the most conservative jurists that shelling the media and enforcing
and subsidiaries agreed to pay more than $2.2 million for marketing for uses that were never approved. eric holder talked about the justice t from the department. his briefing was 30 minutes. >> good morning, thank all for being here. associate by the attorney general and the for tant attorney general minute achusetts, car orti ortiz. the deputy inspector general for investigations at the department of health and human cantrell. gary we are here today to announce johnson and three to pay ries have agreed $2.2 million to resolve criminal marketed claims they prescription drugs for uses they and proved they were safe effective and paid kickbacks to pharmacies for prescribing and promoting these drugs. through the alleged actions, the pockets atined their the expense of american patients, and private insurance industry. everyonee up costs for and negatively impacted programs solvency of like medicare. involving the anti-psychotic drugs and the necricore and other products. addresses ent allegations of conduct that put at risk some of the most vocal society, including the children, the elderly, and t
. governor mike huckabee will join us as well. boston strong, stronger than ever. fans pouring into the streets to welcome the world series champions red sox. we'll take you there live. hello. this is america's news headquarters. live in the nation's capitol. it starts right now. >>> we're hearing some of the chilling stories emerging from that rampage at los angeles international airport. leading the coverage, standing by live at the airport is dominick. >> reporter: uma, the fbi is looking into the background of paul ciancia, they believe is the gunman. that's how they identified him yesterday. they're also searching his apartment which is just east of hollywood here. they believe that after messages he stoent his family that his intent was to harm tsa agents and as he went through the airport yesterday, that is what he appeared to exactly be targeting. the los angeles times is pointing out, quoting officials saying that's what the tsa firmly believes and we're hearing via local radio from passengers who say that as he went to the airport, he was asking individuals if they we
that killed a u.s. ambassador. >> accused nsa leaker edward snowden making new friends and maybe looking for a new home. germany maybe? >> and unearthed a drug tunnel between mexico and the united states that is so sophisticated, it is being called a supertunnel. we're going to take you on a tour. welcome to around the world". i'm suzanne malveaux. >> i'm michael holmes. thanks for your company today. welcome to our international viewers with us all week. >> first we're going to get to this, benghazi, libya, it was just last ept, four americans were killed in a terrorist attack. one of them the u.s. ambassador. >> today a lot of pressure from republicans in congress to hear directly from cia operatives who were in libya during the attack and also afterwards. so far they have not talked to congress. >> we here at cnn have reported the cia has specifically told those operators to keep quiet. drew griffin is with the cnn investigations unit. drew, first of all, excellent reporting on all of this. they're pushing back right now on what you're reporting. what are they saying? >> being complet
of the president this. there. this morning he stressed the u.s. ties with egypt are vie al. i asked how the u.s. can reconcile the democracy in egypt. >> it comes down to two facts about u.s. foreign policy in the middle east. >> one the u.s. is committed to maintaining the peace treaty between egypt and israel and it can simply not end a relationship with egypt in order to maintain that peace treaty. that is where you see the material or the military parts that are still being given to the military to help preserve the security in the sinai peninsula, for example. there is also the matter of trying to enhance the u.s.' stature across the middle east. it would not due for the obama administration to cut off all ties with the country with who it's had a long standing political and military relationship because of these political problems. >> with that said one. points secon secretary kerry isg while he is in cairo, this interm government cannot exist in perpetuity. it needs to get on with the business of constitutional reforms and establishing elections for a new democratically elected president
bengazhi. here's how you can tell us your 3880 four202-585- democrats -- we have this question posted on our facebook page. about 1000 participants giving their opinion. you can reach out to us via ,witter and send us an e-mail journal@c-span.org. the gallup poll was taken in september. media, showingws from 1999 to the present day. they have a great deal or fair amount of trust in the mass media. goings 40% in 2012 and back to solar numbers. 55% still saying they do not have very much trust in it or none at all. when it comes to news sources and their trust in the mass media. that is the cbs news story from this week. where'd you gather news from and how do you take it in and why do you trust it? us,ou want to reach out to the numbers are -- you can also follow us on facebook, posting their opinions, you can as well. i will give you a couple of snapshots of what they are saying. when it comes to sources, out jazeera, bbc,al and public tv. you can give your sources on the phones, on facebook, or on tweet and e-mail. from new jersey, democrats line, go ahead. my favorite news sources n
.s.-egypt relationship should not be defined by assistance. there are much bigger issues that matter to us, that concern us, that define the relationship. >> kerry's visit marks the first by an american official since the ousting of mohammed morsi in july. rosalyn moore has more from washington? >> the first stop john kerry made on his latest trip to the middle east was to cairo, egypt, the first and highest-ranking visit by a u.s. official to the egyptian capital city since july 3rdrd. >> that's the day that the military removed mohammed morsi and placed him under arrest. the u.s. has been anxious about what has been happening in egypt ever since. it was john kerry's mission to deliver a message from the obama administration about what washington expects cairo to do in the weeks and months ahead. >> ross lin, how can the u.s. reconcile working with this government while supporting move toward democracy? >> basically let's put it this way. the trip was unannounced. in diplomatic terms, that is denying egypt the ability to say, look. the united states is in support of what we have been doing here politic
. the pakistani government demanded a meeting with the u.s. ambassador. a drone attack killed the leader of the pakistan taliban. the government was worried it could impact ongoing peace talks. the website used to enrol president obama's health care program will be down. healthcare.gov will be offline from 9 o'clock eerp all the way until sunday morning at 9 o'clock. officials can sign up for insurance over the phone. >> thousands of red sox fans lined the streets of boston for a victory parade. the celebration was a third of its kind as boston won the series three times in the past 10 years. >> those are the headlines. i'll be back at 8 o'clock eastern. first, "fault line" collected all america's surveillance state is next. find us on line at aljazeera.com. have a good night. secrets are out. by now, most of the world has heard the name edward snowden. the former national security agency contractor who released thousands of classified documents about government surveillance in one of the most significant leaks in u.s. history. he's been charged with espionage and has been living in russ
at los angeles international airport. an u.s. drone strike kills the leader of a pakistani taliban. and the prime minister of iraq asks president obama for more help in ending violence in his country. ♪ >> there are still plenty of questions after a shooting at one of the nation's busiest airports. it happened near a security check point. terminal three at los angeles international airport, one tsa agent was killed, three others were wounded. the gunman was taken into custody after a shootout. officers. the investigators say they don't think anyone else was involved. >> we believe at this point that there was a loan shooter, that he acted at least right now, he was the only person armed in this incident. >> brian rooney joins us live from los angeles international airport. brian, good to see you. if you would, bring us up to speed for the very latest. >> reporter: the airport, tony, is still mostly shutdown. occasionally a flight lands but there is none taking off. i think a passenger just passed me. there was a stream of passengers coming by on the rode way going into the airpor
the time, as well. paul callan, an danny, nice to have you both. it's been great to have you with us. suzanne malveaux along with michael holmes will take over the reins right now with "around the world." >> this is really, really like bad, worse than hell. worse than hell. >> the desperate calls for help after one of the strongest storms in history wipes with away entire towns. >> as many as 10,000 people are feared dead. survivors now desperately searching through the wreckage looking for their loved ones. >> plus the danger continues. another storm is heading to the philippines. how it will impact the recovery ahead. welcome to around the world. i'm suzanne malveaux. >> i'm michael holmes. thanks for your company. we'd like to welcome our viewers both here in the united states and around the world, as well. >> it is so disturbing. decomposing bodies are literally everywhere. destruction stretching across towns and villages on i land after island all in the philippines. desperation and despair is now setting in those communities. >> people struggling to grasp the enormity of the de
to do and how it's going to affect us here. we've got to remember that so many passengers, tens and thousands of connect through o'hare. whatever happens through the country ripples through this airport. we have 3 million people traveling across the nation and the busiest days of travel are going to be tomorrow and sunday. you're going to want to leave a little extra time if you're traveling on those days. it's probably a good idea if you're not traveling, leave a few extra minutes in your schedule. >> we will keep that in mind. thank you so much for that. we'll also keep watching the system as people start their thanksgiving travel. see you soon. cycling now, the crowd is ready for president obama at dreamworks animation in glendale, california. company's owned by one of the top fundraisers but industry has created 4100 jobs in the past month alone. nbc's peter alexander is traveling with the president. this is being billed as an economic speech. do you think he'll probably touch on immigration as well? >> reporter: yeah, he has touched on immigration as he did yesterday in san
motors gives an update on the u.s. auto industry. host: good morning. a live view of the u.s. capitol as the rain continues in the east. with congress and recess this week for the thanksgiving holiday, it is a getaway wednesday as millions toward planes, trains, and drive to your destination. of the busieste travel days of the year. we want to focus on the terminals, the roads and the rail lines but carry freight and passengers. this question, is america's transportation infrastructure up to 21st-century first century standards. that is the question this morning. as always, you can join in on the conversation. you can also join us on facebook or send us an e-mail or send us a tweet. this is the headline this morning, front page of " the wall street journal" -- we want to focus on the larger issue of transportation infrastructure. earlier this month the president traveling to the port orleans, saying it is time to spend more money. >> one in nine of our bridges is rated structurally deficient. more than 40% of the major highways are congested. so is our airspace. who is sittin
. the pakistani taliban names a new leader hours after a suspected you ha u.s. drone stre killed it's former commander. >> plus,in, willing to fight unl the last bullet. an ex-clue sufficient report on the arabs that want independence from mali. >> at lam los angeles airport te police havoide have identified n that opened fire with a assault rifle. >> and who killed two members of the golden dawn party. we are live in athens for the investigation. >> our top story the pakistani taliban has named it's new leader hours after the former commander was killed in drone strikement he is khan said. he has taken over. furfursfirst this report. >> the pakistani taliban many he just finished meeting tribunal leaders when the compound was struck by four missiles fired from a drone. the united states has been pursuing masuud for years. in 2009 he was pictured by with a suicide bomberment ther. the way he was killed put pakistan in a difficult position. he was a great man of military and tactical skills. was a pass murder and he killed thousands of people. they will be pleased on another level and they w
>>> the pakistan taliban names a new leader hours after a suspected u.s. drone strike kills its former commander. [ ♪ theme ] >>> hello, this is al jazeera, live from doha. also on the program - the interview with egypt's military ruler in which he calls for immunity from prosecution for the armed forces. >> chaos at los angeles airport - passengers flee as a man opens fire at a security checkpoint. >> and the problems of running the disputed sudanese region of abeyei, where government offices were destroyed a month after they were opened. >>> the pakistani taliban named a new leader. it's this man, khan said. his appointment coming after the death of hakimullah mehsud, killed in a suspected u.s. strike. the country is on high alert and plans for peace talks appear to have been derailed. in a moment we'll be live in islamabad. first, a report from al jazeera's correspondent. >> it is a set down for the tal pan. hakimullah mehsud had finished meeting tribe all leaders when his compound was struck by four missiles fired from a drone. the united states had been pursuing hakimull
us at fox now doot com. be sure to follow us on twitter. that's it for this week's shows. thanks for watching. hope to see you right here next week. >>> brand-new information on the alleged gunman as things begin to get back to normal at los angeles international airport following yesterday's rampage that killed one tsa agent, injuring at least five other people and disrupting hundreds of flights nationwide. hello, everyone, glad you're with us. i'm greg jarrett. >> i'm arthel neville. welcome inside america's news headquarters. this is 23-year-old paul ciancia armed with a semiautomatic rifle, more than 150 rounds of ammunition as well as a note allegedly outlining his mission against the tsa. listen as these people describe the chaos the moment he opened fire. >> two gunshots going off and i looked at my boyfriend and he said, those are gunshots. he was like, run. we literally just ran down the stairs. >> tsa was running with us. they said, keep running, keep running. there was probably another 15 to 20 shots that we heard behind us. we just kept running. >> it was like a dream
fuentes joins us now. i know this is an unusual situation. it's not often that police have that kind of window, that amount of time to intervene in potential lay deadly shooting scenario. what was the text message and what was the warning? >> well, i think, suzanne, from what they're saying about it, is that police were notified there was something wrong with him, and they should check on his well-being. or he had said in his messages, that something bad was going to happen. now imagining or speculating about what the police would do, had they gotten to his apartment before he left and, find if he a apeered healthy, normal and was fairly articulate, i don't know what the next step would have or could have been for the police beyond that. other than to call the parents back and say we checked on him and he's fine. an then he's doing fine and normal. just depressed or upset. you know, like many people often are. i don't know if there was anything in the messages to tell the police he had an access to an assault rifle or whether it was his rifle or someone else's and he was capable of u
ago. security has moved us to a safe location. we also have some other pictures that he has posted when everybody was leaving. he says we are being shuttled away from the terminal now. eyewitness said the shooter had an assault rifle. and he posted this one an hour ago. he said holy -- how the hell did guns get inside security. we're outside now. john has also been putting pictures up. we just tweeted still bringing more passengers into bradley terminal where we are sitting now. and he has some other pictures here. >> while we're seeing those pictures, and i'm going to come back to you, we actually have -- because you were talking about those passengers, we have a person who was on board a flight cj zoder, are you there? >> yes, i'm here. >> tell us what you saw. >> basically i'm a flight going to oakland, 27 -- it's a southwest flight. i don't know the number. there is a lot going on right now. they are going to be shuttling everybody out of here. and take us off of the plane, i'm hearing. >> have they indicated to you whether or not you would be held for questioning or taken to a
talk us through exactly what happened tonight? >> some time after 9:00 p.m., mr. shoop came in dressed all in black and wearing a black motorcycle helmet with his rifle and shortly after entering, let go about a minimum of six rounds or maybe more. we have to look at it yet. in an area he could have easily hit individuals but chose not to. based upon what our investigation disclosed over the hours that followed, we believe that he went in there with the intent to either be shot by police, which we call suicide or to take his own life, which he ultimately did. >> what have you learned about this young man? >> a troubled person. someone that, you know, has a history of drug use. you wouldn't think that at age 20, age 20, how much can you do in your life, but in his life, he at least thought that he had reached a point on where there was no recourse other than to take his own life. >> reporter: you've talked to his family. you talked earlier indications from what they told you, you're not surprised that it ended this way. >> i'm not and they are not. they were helpful. they gave us some i
the taliban. this man was the most wanted in pakistan. today a u.s. drone strike killed him. more on the operation and why the c.i.a. was eager to launch this one. putting the pieces in place for high speed rail. california is moving forward with a project that will create jobs and connect los angeles and san francisco. how do you convince kids to stay in class? in alaska a school district is trying what some call bribery. we'll take a closer look. clues clues [ ♪ music ] >> across the united states over the past 24 hours there has been deadly shootings in new york, rowley north carolina, houston texas, hollywood california to name a few. when there's a shooting in a place with a lot of people and major security it will get a lot of attention. that was the case at los angeles international airport. a tsa agent was killed when a shooter opened fire at term nal 3, and ran towards a gate before being subdued. brian rooney is at lax and has the latest. >> the airport is reopening to a traffic jam. nothing took off or landed all day long at lax. 700 flights were affected. in the la
in a second round of peace talks in geneva many. >> thousands of churches across the u.s. held orphan sunday. but the christian movement that encourages adoption is drawing critcism. >> two kenyan runners take top hon others ahonors at the new yy marathon out of a field of 50,000 strong. ♪ >> secretarsecretary of state on kerrkerry is on a nine day tourf the middle east. his trip started with a quick stop th in egypt. during his six hour stay over kerry called for an end to the violence in egypt and for the country to move towards full democracy. >> the first stop u.s. secretary of state john kerry made on his latest trip to the middle east was to the to saudi arabia, but instead to cairo egypt. it's the first highest ranking official visit since july 3 n. that is the stay that the military removed mohammad morsi from his post as president of egypt and placed him under arrest. the us has been anxious about what has been happening in egypt everever since and it was john y to deliver a message from washington on what they want cairo to do in the weeks and months ahead. >> what can they do to
could change in some areas, steve paulson will tell us which parts of the bay area will see some sprinkles and it is all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, we are taking a live look at the bay bridge, the new beautiful span and that means you can see in the darkness the old bay bridge. we will hear about some. dangers crews faced intaking down the old bridge and what they have to say about that, it is november 12, 11, 12, 13. >> let's look at traffic but steve is right there. >> yes, it is cloudy, and there is some light rain trying to develop off the san mateo coast and my guess is you probably will -- it will probably fall apart by the time rain arrives. if you need rain tweet me or e- mail me. cloudy and temperatures are in the 50s and this is our tracker and it completely wipes it out. again it is losing its support which is part of its apparent low. and the atmosphere is extremely dry, 50s are on the temperatures. for more on the backside we have some clearing and that sun will make an appearance later today. m
this culture, the meaning is mutually accepted. the use of symbols is the single most distinguishing feature of any culture. but as distinct as they are, all symbols are used for the same purpose -- to communica, manipulate, and preserve information. the circle of coral symbolizes the night sky. but this lesson depends on the use of language, a symbolic system in which arbitrary sounds are joined together and given meaning. of all symbolic systems, language best communicates very complex ideas. here, celestial navigation is taught on a south pacific island. we begin to learn language and other symbolic systems at birth. in time, they become a part of who we are and how we perceive the world. still, it's difficult for those of us in one culture to fully understand the symbolic systems of another. for archaeologists, the task is even more complex. the cultures they study can no longer be directly observed. archaeologist david webster. webster: suppose i came into this stadium a week, or even a century, after all the people left. how would i figure out what happened here ? what this arena was u
. >>> obama care is driving huge numbers of americans onto the medicaid rolls. the amount dwarfs those using the president's exchanging. jim angle on what that means for everyone. >> reporter: the administration has two ways it hopes to reduce the uninsured, signing people up for the exchanges and enrolling people automatically in medicaid health care for the poor. officials reported four times as m many people signed up for medicaid. >> it's not surprising a lot more people are willing to sign up for a free medicaid program than they are to pay pretty hefty premiums for private insurance plans. >> reporter: and one consulting firm estimates the number of medicaid recipients relative to private plans is getting even bigger. >> we're estimating at this point about 800,000 people will be enrolled in medicaid newly compared to only about 142,000 at this point in exchanges. >> reporter: the administration expects 9 million to sign up for medicaid next year but only 7 million to sign up for private plans. medicaid, however, only reimburses about 60 cents on the dollar leaving patients begging for
fuentes, our law enforcement analyst is on the phone joining us rights now. walk us through, tom, what happens in an incident, shots are heard at a major u.s. airport like this. what's the normal standard operating procedure? >> well, the first thing, wolf, would be to try to isolate the shooter and determine if he can be apprehended or did he do the shooting and take off running to another location in the airport. obviously, a key factor would be trying to rescue and provide medical assistance to anyone that was wounded there. and especially with life-threatening injuries to try to save them. the next step would be evacuate all the other innocents out of that airport in case this turns into a situation where the individual wants to shoot it out with the police and they end up with bullets flying all over the airport. so they'll want to get innocent people out of there, the wounded out of there. isolate the location. basically set up a perimeter of some kind and then begin the effort to search that terminal and determine where that individual is. the person may have run into a restroom
. >>> the leader of the pakistani taliban is killed in a suspected u.s. drone strike. [ ♪ theme ] >> hello, this is al jazeera, live from doha. also - chaos at los angeles airport. passengers flee as a man opens fire at a security checkpoint. >> the pain of a former yemeni child bride - and why it's proving difficult to change attitudes in a conservative society. >> burgers, fries and a book to go - the littest attempt by mcdonald's to convince people it sells healthy foods. >> he'd been the leader of the pakistani taliban for four years, had a $5 million bounty on his head and was behind numerous attacks. he's dead. hakimullah mehsud has been killed in a suspected u.s. drone strike. we have this report from islamabad. >> it's a serious setback for the pakistani taliban. hakimullah mehsud had just finished meeting tribal leaders when the compound was struck by four missiles fired from a dran. the united states had been pursuing moousz. he was -- moousz for problem hakimullah mehsud for years. >> he was picture with a suicide bomber. the c.i.a. has his man. the pakistani governm
. the u.s. ambassador to pakistan summoned after a drone strike kills a taliban leader. >>> and we're he learning more about the man who open fired in the los angeles international airport. >>> nsa leaker ed ward snowdon would be traveling from russia to germany. >> the pakistani government has demanded a meeting with the u.s. ambassador to protest the drone attack that killed the taliban leader halimullah mehsud. >> a struggle for power for succession. also a serious blow for pakist pakistan, and preliminary talks with the tehriki-i-taliban. the peace prospects are now out of the question, and a big blow is seen to deliver to the taliban pakistan. they will not be able to recover from this any time soon. it will be interesting to see the government of pakistan has asked the security forces to be on red alert. >> joining us now, director for the center of middle east studies at the university of denver. thank you for joining us on this topic, now the pakistan foreign office has summoned the u.s. ambassador to protest this action there are competing interests here, but the interests have
investigators using administrative documents saying only six people enrolled in the first day, a few hundred people in the first two or three days. the administration says those numbers are not reliable and refused to give numbers of their own and says this week's they will do so. when it comes to setting up healthcare.gov, the government should have left this one to the private sector. >> i would drag this out of the white house, i would have an ongoing task force. i would have one person in charge of it and i would meet every day to make sure they are getting this straight because the president's trust on this program is really going to be dependent on his ability to fix it, and they have said they want to fix it by the end of november but i think that is going to be tough. >rich: the administration refuss to say what they they will release the numbers, only to say it will come this week. on wednesday house oversight and reform committee will host a hearing and they want information technology chief on. he says he cannot go that day because he is too busy fixing the website. a bit of an ar
to this information is. you know use for long reasons are all tomorrow when people are marching across the world would anyone need listening everybody everybody on the streets that's going to be walking by and see we want mainstream media to listen to let them know that you know where the people are finally come together and we we want to influence them to make a change. but more importantly we just wanna reach the general and let them know a lot of people though so watch mainstream news and up. the though this believe everything that that album then on. so we wanted we want to influence those people to look elsewhere to share what i planned to transfer them and send the bill by this rally into real action thereafter we ate we wanna make this it's nice to be a one time thing. on the momentum of this it we we we hope to see it of. of more more ratings go towards alternative media at them from their will to stop. you will keep up. the other events we have a lot of other events coming up after this which i really wanted to share. will tell people before we go where they can find out more about the sedan
the year 1843. democrats and other lovers of a functioning u.s. government were not pleased. >> i believe very deeply that the judiciary is too important to play partisan games with it. that's exactly what's going on here. >> going to hold nominations hostage without consideration of individual merit we will have drastic measures. >> drastic measures also known as the nuclear option, also known as a push to get nominees cleared with a simple 51-vote majority. democrats are reconsidering that measure because of the gop's unprecedented and historic intransigence on, well, everything but especially on presidential nominations. as "the new york times" reports, republican objections to miss millet had nothing to do with her political leanings. they wanted to refuse president obama any more appointments to appeals court. that's because the court oversees most agencies, health care, financial reform to the irs and epa. underscoring the importance of the d.c. circuit court, four of the nine supreme court justices served on it. but rather than than admit to their fear obama appointee might shift t
old, u.s. citizen. apparently not related to the tsa. there were conflicting reports earlier. authorities say seven people in all were injured. six taken to local hospitals. ciancia's condition is not known but apparently he was shot by police. authorities at the airport say that the situation is static now. that operations in some parts of the airport will be back to normal but not necessarily in terminal 3, which includes allegiant, frontier, jetblue and virgin america. there have been ripple effects in traffic control system across the country as traffic was stopped, ground hold, for flights headed to los angeles and all the way across the country in new york. the port authority of new york and new jersey says it has stepped up patrols at three new york area airports just in case. but no direct result, they say, in terms of air traffic from the situation at l.a.x. back to you. >> scott, thank you. let's actually get more details on the impact it's had on the airport itself and the traffic on the ground there. jane wells on the ground there. jane? >> reporter: bill, things
you can >> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 3rd. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, carolyn. the sun was up at 6:38, setting at 5:08. the live doppler shows us we are clear to start out but the wind advisory still up in the north bay hills through tomorrow morning. it will be breezy above about 1,000 feet and then a few more clouds. 4s and 50s now but we will be in the 60s around the bay and inland noontime. 50s at the coast right on through the afternoon. partly cloudy, cooler and breezy today. we will look for the pattern to continue for the next day or so. but then more changes on the way. i'll have them coming up in a few minutes. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. we begin this morning with developing news out of west oakland. firefighters have finally been able to put out a two-alarm fire an 11th street. it began around 6:30 this morning. officials say firefighters arrived and found flames coming out of the one-story building. the cause of that fire is now u
mr. bull ard on cnbc today, i'm cautious not putting money to work using options strategy to straddle to buy on the put or take some premium. >> very good. thank you, sir. that will do it for the first hour of the "closing bell." dow finishing near the highs of the session. gain of about 23 points. stay tuned for the second hour of the "closing bell" with maria bartiromo. i'll see you tomorrow. >>> it is 4:00 on wall street. do you know where your money is? hi everybody, welcome back to the "closing bell." i'm maria bartiromo. this market modestly higher as the dow and s&p 500 inch back toward record highs. some money moving into equities pushing the dow up at 25 points at the close. 15,640. nasdaq picking up ground technology doing better ahead of the big twitter ipo on thursday. nasdaq with 3936. s&p 500 higher by 6'.5 points, finishing at 1768. no new records for the dow or s&p tonight but not a bad start to the week. bob pisani following the action as olzalways. >> now historic high for dow transport. we've been talking about it all day, due to airlin
for the mexican authorities to turn over the suspect and the child over to u.s. border agents at the lukeville, arizona border crossing. >> reporter: sunnyvale authorities are trying to learn how guler got into mexico through arizona undetected by u.s. border patrol agents. >> the u.s. border patrol was notified of the amber alert and it was placed into the computer system as wanted. that's something we'll have to figure out in our investigation. >> reporter: it was only after guler ran into a second check point deeper into mexico that mexican authorities learned he was wanted. >> based on the interview they had with him, they contacted the u.s. border patrol at the lukeville substation, provided his name to those authorities and discovered that he had a $1 million arrest warrant. translator: i'm really happy and really thankful for the police and the people that helped me to find my baby. >> reporter: the mother is waiting to find out when her young son will be returned home. sunnyvale authorities are also waiting to find out when their suspect will be extradited to the bay area. live in
cheryl jennings. >> from all of us here, we the breaking news this friday night, the deadly shooting at l.a.x., the passengers running for their lives. >> we have an active shooting in terminal 3. >> the tsa officer shot dead. what was the motive? our late reporting from the scene tonight. and my interview with a passenger, the chilling moment face to face with the gunman. what the passenger said convinced it saved his life. >>> then the other breaking news tonight, the terror takedown, alleged master mind behind attempted plot at new york times square killed tonight. >>> the river rescue, the school bus underwater, their driver injured. what the children did to save their own lives. >>> and our persons of the week tonight, our mascots. we go behind the mask tonight, they put me in a harness, what they make me do over at american arena, not the time to be afraid of heights. >> one, two, three. >>> good evening on this friday night, diane has the evening off, as we come on the air for the west coast we begin with chaos and panic at l.a.x. in los angeles. a lone gunman pulling
's to do with a drone strike. they are accusing the u.s. of involving themselves in the peace talks. it was a ambush. it was not a fire from the front it was an ambush. and we see it as an ambush. >> the assembly is going to pass a unanimous declaration not to allow any nato sp supply to entr the province until though tell us the drone attacks have stopped. roslin joins us with more on. this what are the pakistani leaders accusing the us u.s. government of. >> there are two things they are accusing the obama administration of doing. one of violating pac pakistani sovereignty by launching a military attack on pakistani soil without islamabad's permission. and the other thing islamabad is accusing them of doing is skuttling an effort to broker peace talks about the pakistani taliban. therthey are arguing that with e death that basically that everything is lameverything islg to achieve is back at square one. the pack ta pakistani citizens g to be suffering from the attacks within their borders. >>> vandait's widely assumed the pakistani government has been cooperating first with the bu
't be that expensive. >>> and the global gender gap. where the u.s. ranks. >> the u.s. doesn't fare very well compared to the very rich countries, and in some countries, many poorer countries do better than we do. >>> next on "pbs newshour weekend." >>> "pbs newshour weekend" is made possible by -- . >>> that's why we are your retirement company. additional support is provided by -- and by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. from the tisch studios at lincoln center in new york, hari sreenivasan. >> good evening, thanks for joining us. new cancellations at los angeles international airport day after the fatal shooting of an unarmed airport security officer. some passengers who fled the scene in panic were allowed to return to collect belongings today. an fbi investigation into the incident is under way. the alleged shooter who was wounded in an exchange with authorities was identified as a 23-year-old new jersey man living in los angeles. hours before the incident his family said he sent a text noefg one of his brothers sug
have been some revisiting of those tax cuts that were in effect, but the tax cuts allowed us to avoid a major recession back in 2001. host: you bring up deficits. how much motivation is there right now to get a grand deal done whether it's in this effort or future effort with u.s. just having posted its lowest deficits in 2008, is it? guest: we ended up the fiscal year that just ended, fiscal $6802013 with a deficit of billion. i believe the figure was, and that was a significant of 30%, 40% reduction of the previous year of $1.1 trillion. and the immediate effect, is it taking pressure off and things are improving. things are improving in the near term. part of the reason why the deficit came down so significantly, receive news wept up 13% and spending wept down 2% last year. the combination of those two resulted in the deficit coming down. the difficulty is that while that's a good sign in the near term, all projections because of the demographics are going forward, all projections indicate that we will continue to see deficits coming back in the future a more important from the ann
's most wanted man was killed by a u.s. drone. >> when you're hungry, it's hard to learn if you don't have everything you need. >> a lesson from seattle - how students' test scores are rising despite poverty. >> day of the dead - paying homage to the past and preserving a legacy for the future. >>> hello, welcome to al jazeera. i'm morgan radford, live from new york. >> parts of los angeles international airport are still closed nearly 24 hours after a deadly shooting rampage. police are trying to figure out why 23-year-old suspect paul ciancia whipped out an assault rifle, killing a tsa agent and wounding several others. >> investigators are following leads suggesting that paul ciancia had antigovernment sentiment and was targetting the tsa. brian rooney has more. >> cell phone video obtained by tmz caught the moment when panicked travellers at los angeles international airport ran for the door away from the gunm gunman. >> police identified the gunman as paul ciancia, and he pulled an assault rifle out of the bag and targeted employees of the transport security administration. >> fired 2
.gov. a memo, from october 11th, shows, quote, the same portal is used to determine eligibility no matter how the application is submitted, paper or online. so improving that experience for everyone matters and there is coordination to improve that experience. that was written 10 days before president obama said the 800 number is an easy alternative to the website. now the white house says, they will not meet their target of nearly 500,000 enrollments one. >> i can promise you the first enrollment numbers released later this month will not be where we want them to be. no question about that. the website has not worked the way we want to work. we take responsibility for that. take responsibility for the errors. and take responsibility for fixing it. if we get the website working as we expect to do by the end of the month we think it will be in a good place. >> reporter: one man in south carolina created that account unknowingly had the information transmitted to random stranger until the stranger left him a voice mail. now laak makers are worried problems like that could get a lot worse. >> th
to him a lot. very dear friend to me, i used to talk to him a lot at terminal three. i was injured while helping an elderly man trying to get to a safe area. i turned around and there was a gunman that shot me twice. i was shot in the foot. after i was shot i got to the area where the planes were at. and people were coming towards me and asking were you shot and what is going on. and i was like -- i couldn't -- all i could think about was you know, helping them like you know. i may be injured right now, but the concern is really to take care of you. we don't know where the gunman is at. so i like to make sure people are safe first, don't worry about me. so that is my story. thank you for giving me a chance to tell a little bit what happened to me. thank you. >> a decent guy, in a moment you're going to hear another story, all the developments on the situation today. for that, kyung lah. >> reporter: this is a big strong guy, when i spoke to her grandmother, she said her grandson is in pain, that is going to be a long recovery process for him and the other victims. meanwhile, we are lear
's a amazing how much outside entities, third party institutions know about us based on our web presence. for example, 75% of human resources people in companies check your online profile before they interview you for a job. one in four college admissions officers is looking at the online profile of students before deciding about them. so your digital self may be more important than your physical self, and lots of these institutions think they know who you are, might get a misimregistration and might vim nays against you -- against you as a result. >> host: are we more willing to put ourselves out there online than we are in person? >> guest: yes. there are some studies, in fact, that say that women are more willing to reveal things in person, but men who are notoriously close-mouthed in person actually are more revealing of themselves on the web. and if you think about it, think of the information that facebook has on over a billion people. they know your political preference, your sexual preference, who your friends are, what you like, what your dog's name is, all these sorts of things
a century but on the bright side, the new demand could be a good thing for wines in the u.s. who put this newscast together? we've gone from pumpkins to wine, to beer, to oysters. this is great. >> so people like you, people who grew up and spent a lot of time at the pike's theater. >> now for the first time in more than 30 years we'll be spending time at the pike's theater. 3d screens. the people cannot wait. >> people have said we're so happy you opened. met my wife here, dated, met friends here. i used to book this from 1968 to 1974. so this was always a a test theater. it's about time somebody took a shot. >> in addition to the two theaters, it's a bar and grill, which means date night in one place. it opened up in 1937. >> i know where jamie's going for dinner. >> steamed oysters or on the half? on the half. you got to have them raw. >> oh, no. i kind of like them steamed. all right. to the south and east we have rain clearing out. had some deep contracts showers on this friday, first day of november. it was not exactly a cold rain. you see the last of it blowing offshore. a lar
was at the airport at lax when this shooting occurred. nick, are you joining us? >> yeah, i'm here. >> you can tell us what you saw? >> yeah, i was in the virgin america terminal waiting in line for security on the upper mezzanine, and we were just standing there in line and somebody started shooting. sounded like either a .44 or some big caliber gun or shotgun, and it was within 15 feet of where i was standing and it seemed like they were shooting away from where i was. i couldn't really see the shooter, i guess, but it was very close in terms of the sound and people standing then running. >> nick, where was this in relation to airport security and the check-in, did this person, the shots that were fired, did this come from a place that was beyond the security checkpoint? >> from what i -- no, from what i can tell, it seemed like -- i had just been dropped off by my wife at the main entrance where the cars are pulling up and i went up the escalator and there's an upper maez demeezzane you wait in line for security check-in and i was outside and the shooter was downstairs i guess where the car had
city. i'm jonathan betz, here are the top stories. pakistan condemns the u.s. drone strike that killed the leader of the taliban. one politician threatening to cut off nato supply routs. tee t terminal three has reopened. two french journalists are abducted and killed by gunmen in northern mali, the same area where government helped defeat rebel fighters months ago. >> pakistan's government demanded a meeting with the u.s. amdas door in response to the drone attack that killed hakimullah mehsud, the leader of the pakistani taliban. they are accusing the u.s. of interfering with peace talks. >> the efforts have been ambushed. it will - it was not acquired from the front, it was an ambush. we see it as an ambush. >> the chief minister of the province is standing here with me. they have decided that god willing the assembly will pass a unanimous declaration not to allow native supply to -- nato supply to enter the province until the drone attacks are stopped. >> rosa lined joins us. what are pakistani leaders accusing the government of. >> there's two things the pakistani government is ac
after a suspected u.s. drone strike kills the head of the pakistan taliban and the u.s. ambassador is going to islamabad. the trouble gunman accused of opening fire at lax and killing a tsa worker and they told him after they shot him he acted alone. and a traditional form of fighting hundreds of years old is in danger of getting knocked out by modern martial arts. good morning and welcome to al jazeera america, i'm stephanie, more than four months after egypt military coup the trial of the first freely elected president is underway and p.m. was over thrown on july 3 and held in a secret location until today. no pictures showing morsi in court have come out. he arrived earlier at a police academy in cairo for the start of his trial. these are live pictures of protesters outside the court building. morsi is charged with insightment to commit murder. supporters say the trial is political and claim it's part of the military crack down on the muslim brotherhood. 14 more brotherhood leaders are also going on trial today. john kerry visited on sunday and urged the military government to
of experts will walk us through the impetus for the changes they have developed and the impact these changes are having on their students learning ability and success. hearings,rt of the this is no time to be complacent with the status quo. everything is ok is not acceptable. the stakes are too high. tough look ata reimagining how our higher education system can work at her. -- can work better. we want to know what the innovation is doing. the makeup of this panel is indicative of the very broad scope of our higher education system and how that system needs to continue to innovate to meet the needs of all the students they serve at whatever point those students enter our higher education system. that a one-size- fits-all approach will not do. upper -- thee emergence of new innovative models. that is the strength of america's system. i'm am proud we have a diverse system. must ensure all future models are focused on students success and degree attainment. i look forward to working with the committee to get a good higher education bill. one of the main parts is what we can do to promote, stimu
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